Like many other pieces of jewelry, we do not often think twice about wearing anklets, thinking they are just trinkets or foot adornments.
However, history will tell us to think twice and maybe find out more about the symbolism behind them before putting some on.
Women from ancient Egypt used it to signify their social status. Women of affluence wore gold while those of lower classes used either silver or iron. However, in the modern times, the practice is now viewed as "immodest." It is now only commonly worn by those who dance during public events.
In Indian culture, these ornaments are used by married women so that family members can easily recognize them. The sound that the anklet makes is an indication that a married woman is coming and they should pay respect and avoid inappropriate conversations with her.
However, in the 1970s, anklets became a symbol for the sexual revolution when married women or "hotwives" venture to other sexual activities with other men outside their marriage. Anklets symbolized being married but open to other sexual relationship with her husband's consent.
With many women wearing anklet nowadays for mere ornaments, it is hard to identify whether or not it carries a deeper meaning. However, there are a few charms that may be more obvious. Look!
1 Female Symbol between 2 Male Sybols
Queen Of Spades
The Spade symbol together with a letter q and possibly a tattoo of the card symbol with a letter inside symbolizes the women's preference for black men.
The Key To Happiness
The key charm in anklets is a symbol that her husband is "locked" and his happiness depends on the woman. According to claims, it means that a man's orgasm is only permitted by his wife.
However, other accounts claim that it was a trademark deity worshippers used to recognize prostitues.
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